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You can easily get skull and bone beads to make the jewelry quickly. But if you have time, check out these inspirations!
Lola Ebola on Cut Out and Keep bought some inexpensive plastic hands and painted them for her awesome Skeleton Hands with Roses necklace tutorial.
It's cool how she modeled it on a black draped mannequin with spider web designs in the background!
Azurafae's fun skeleton earrings tutorial uses shrink plastic. It's a long process getting the drawings and shrinking it correctly. But the results are awesome! She adds that these can also be used as decorations.
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If you're into precious metal clay, check out the amazing tutorial for Skull and Crossbones Cufflinks tutorial by meshell on Craftster.
Here's a fun project you can do with kids. The Impatient Crafter otherwise known as Margot Potter has a delightful tongue-in-cheek video tutorial on how to make Gliterrati UTEE Skull and Bone jewelry. UTEE stands for ultra thick embossing enamel. She first made molds using a small skull and bone beads. I am sure some experimenting with an old saucepan on an electric frying pan can substitute for the special melting post she has.
More Halloween Inspirations :
- How to Make Wire and Bead Spider Tutorials
- How to Make Beaded Witches
- How to Make Halloween Jewelry with DG3 Art Gel
- Real Human Skeletons as Jewelry Displays
- Frankenstein Stitch and Zombie Bloody Chokers
- Vampire Inspired Jewelry
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